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Roger Stone's Aide To Testify At Former Boss's Trial

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Roger Stone's Aide To Testify At Former Boss's Trial

Roger Stone's Aide To Testify At Former Boss's Trial

Roger Stone’s “wingman" Andrew Miller spent a year fighting a subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller.

Now, Politico reports Miller has been subpoenaed to testify at his former boss’s trial.

Stone's longtime aide received a subpoena in early August to appear as a government witness.

Miller's lawyer said he was “puzzled” as to why prosecutors wanted Miller as a government witness.

However, he has confirmed that his client plans to comply.

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